E&EI to hold second annual contest for young conservatives
3rd April 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
The Energy and Enterprise Initiative will hold its second-annual contest for young conservatives this spring, executive director Bob Inglis announced today. The inaugural contest last year generated local buzz because of the two winning entries, which included an op-ed by an anonymous Republican Hill staffer.
Audio: Inglis on WELW’s “Wake Up, Lake County!” morning show (1330 AM)
2nd April 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
Bob Inglis joined the “Wake Up, Lake County!” morning show on Cleveland’s WELW (1330 AM) to talk about the recent panel he participated on at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Law and the work E&EI is doing regarding free-enterprise solutions on energy and climate.
Audio: Inglis on Fox News Radio’s “Kilmeade and Friends” regarding Russian energy bullying, LNG exports to Ukraine
24th March 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
E&EI executive director Bob Inglis talked with Fox News Radio’s “Kilmeade and Friends” today about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s energy bullying of Ukraine and the need to export natural gas to create American jobs and provide an economic boost to local economies.
Audio: Inglis interview with WOSU’s “All Sides with Ann Fisher” (89.7 FM)
14th March 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
E&EI executive director Bob Inglis spent the first hour of WOSU’s “All Sides with Ann Fisher” talking about the politics of climate change, the need for a free-market solution and how comments like those from President Obama in his recent State of the Union address and Secretary John Kerry’s remarks in Jakarta make it even hard to find consensus on solutions.
Inglis op-ed: Climate change is a conservative cause — really (Miami Herald)
9th March 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Opinion
Miami, of all places, might be most aware of rising sea levels and the risk of increasing storm intensity. But what’s a conservative to do? Accept a future of shivering or sweating in the dark depending on the season? Join the apocalyptic whine from the environmental left about our sure and imminent demise?
Can conservatives win by addressing climate change? (Des Moines Register blog)
5th March 2014 | Categories: In the News, News
Former Congressman Bob Inglis, speaking tonight at Iowa State, offered his idea of a grand compromise on climate change: Let the Democrats set the price on carbon, and let Republicans decide which offsetting taxes to cut.
Obradovich: Conservative’s tax plan targets climate change (Des Moines Register)
4th March 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
Former U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis, a South Carolina Republican, will be in Iowa today to discuss what he calls a “climate change solution based in free enterprise.” Inglis is scheduled to speak at 8 p.m. at Iowa State University. “We believe that there’s a very exciting free enterprise answer to energy and climate,” Inglis said.
Group hopes to promote free-market solutions to climate change (Crain’s Cleveland Business)
28th February 2014 | Categories: In the News, News
Case Western Reserve University is teaming up with former U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis, R-S.C., for a panel discussion on the best ways to address climate change.
E&EI announces creation of Advisory Council
24th February 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, News, Press Releases
Celebrating that “it’s not so lonely on the environmental right after all,” former Congressman Bob Inglis today released the names of 11 leading lights for the Energy and Enterprise Initiative’s Advisory Council.
Conservative ready to resolve climate change (Houston Chronicle)
21st February 2014 | Categories: Featured Articles, In the News, News
“We’re not talking about walking and eating bugs,” Bob Inglis said in an interview with the Chronicle. “We’re not talking about sweating or shivering in the dark. We just want energy cleaner, faster and cheaper.”